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FDA claims Frosted Flakes are healthier than avocados, highlighting agency incompetence and corruption

The FDA is supposed to be a trusted organization, but many people who have even the remotest inkling of basic nutrition are scratching their heads over the agency's official definition of "healthy." You don't need an advanced science degree to wonder how a highly processed cereal made in a factory could be considered healthier than a fruit plucked directly from a tree, but that's exactly what the FDA would have you believe. That's right: according to the FDA, Frosted Flakes are healthier than avocados!

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This is Why the FDA Shouldn’t Regulate Anything

“New dietary ingredients” are the government’s code phrase for supplements, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants to prohibit your access to all-natural, health-supporting herbs and food ingredients which have been used as medicine for centuries.

These “new dietary ingredients” aren’t new, despite the FDA’s lingo. They’ve been tested over time by award-winning chemists, doctors, indigenous healers, and lay people alike. So, why is the FDA tying to regulate the supplement industry with such renewed vigor?

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FDA Standing in the Way of You Starting a Family?

by ANH-USA

Many families are a natural hormone away from starting a family, if only the FDA would get out of the way. Action Alert!

Nearly one in six couples experience difficulty conceiving, a challenge that leads many hopeful parents to turn to in vitro fertilization (IVF)—when the egg and the sperm are manually combined in a lab and then transferred to the uterus. This process is very expensive: average costs in the US are around $12,000, not including the medications that are needed. It is not uncommon for couples to need more than one treatment to conceive.

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FDA Approves Three New Types of GMO Potatoes — Here’s What You Must Know to Avoid Them

There are many varieties of potatoes on store shelves, and up to four different kinds may be GMO by the time fall 2017 hits. Photo via Wikipedia Commons

In July 2015, the first genetically engineered (or genetically modified, otherwise known as “GMO”) potatoes arrived on store shelves in the form of a specific type of white russets.

Now nearly two years later, most consumers still remain blissfully unaware that the potatoes even exist, and to make matters more complicated, three new types of GMO potatoes are on the way.

FDA pain draft promotes alternative medicine, offers chance for influence

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released proposed changes Wednesday to its blueprint on educating health care providers about treating pain. The guidelines now recommend that doctors get information about chiropractic care and acupuncture as therapies that might help patients avoid prescription opioids.

When I originally received the e-mail with the news, the only comment from the sender of the email was a quote from a young Bob Dylan: “The times they are a changin’.”

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FDA promotes GMO foods with a government-controlled propaganda campaign

A 2016 Pew Research Center study found that nearly 40 percent of Americans believe genetically modified organisms and GMO foods are worse for health than organic and conventional foods. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now looking to change hearts and minds through a marketing campaign promoting genetically modified organisms.

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Stop Taking Ibuprofen if You’re Over 40! Say Doctors and FDA

Ibuprofen is commonly prescribed for numerous symptoms such as back pain, toothache, headache, etc. Doctors recommend taking the pills regularly, and although the pain goes away for a certain period, it never goes away permanently.

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Congress to FDA: Cut It Out!

Earlier this month, President Trump signed an appropriations (spending) bill that included very important language on the FDA’s war on customized, natural medicines made at compounding pharmacies.

Since the passage of the Drug Quality and Security Act in 2013 (DQSA), the FDA has been issuing rules and guidance documents to implement the law. Unfortunately, the agency has been going far beyond what Congress intended. We believe that the FDA is working at the behest of pharmaceutical companies to eliminate the compounding industry, which competes with Big Pharma’s drugs.

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